Usually when someone says, verbatim, "No, my argument is that we don't know the real story. So it would be unwise to pass judgment on anyone.", then it means their argument is that they don't know the real story and it would be unwise to pass judgment.- usually when someone defends actions outlined in a story that means they think what happened is great.
There was nothing cryptic at all about what I said. If you think me explicitly saying, "No, my argument is that we don't know the real story. So it would be unwise to pass judgment on anyone." is cryptic, then that sounds like the problem isn't so much with honesty, but rather with intelligence.I didn't realize you were one of those posters who posts cryptic messages
No one wants you to read between the lines, I want you to read what I actually say and not create a strawman fallacy.and I'm supposed to read between the lines to understand what you're really saying.
Is that really so hard for you?